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Educator joins Sublette County UW Extension office

Wyoming

Windy Kelley joined the UW Extension office in Sublette County Dec. 17, 2012.

Kelley, a sustainable management of rangeland resources educator, is based in Pinedale and serves Lincoln, Sublette, Sweetwater, Teton and Uinta counties.

Kelley has a bachelor's degree in natural resource recreation and tourism and a master's degree in rangeland ecosystem science from Colorado State University.

"Kelley will continue UW Extension's long history of outstanding educational outcomes for landowners, natural resource managers, energy companies and cooperating agencies in western Wyoming," noted Susan James, federal relations and staff development coordinator with UW Extension.

Prior to joining Extension, Kelley was the agricultural program coordinator for the Wyoming Department of Agriculture in the Jonah Interagency and Pinedale Anticline Project office.

"Windy's technical expertise combined with her demonstrated success in addressing complex natural resource management issues in western Wyoming provide her an exceptional foundation to develop and deliver relevant, objective and impactful educational programs," said James.

Date: 1/21/2013



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